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Homemade In Harrisonburg

Harrisonburg’s homemade and homegrown movement has flourished to nearly every facet of this colorful and cordial college town in the heart of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley.

Bringing Back The Boards

Broken and battered surfboards have been tucked away—cast aside and forgotten—for decades in the attics, crawlspaces and garages of homes in Coastal Virginia and beyond. They get discovered by someone who knows a classic surfboard when they see one. Someone who sees the board not for its crushed nose or smashed rails but for what it could become—what it used to be.

Pump Up The Squeezebox

Jim Rice was about 8 years old when a traveling salesman knocked on the front door of his family’s home in Northern Virginia. Instead of vacuums or encyclopedias, the man was peddling accordions. Without a moment’s hesitation, Rice’s father bought one of the instruments for his son.

Quitting Cold Turkey

Do we as a society truly enjoy eating turkey? Or do we spend countless hours preparing it for one meal a year simply because it’s tradition?

March of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction Virginia Beach 2016

Four Haunted Houses in Coastal Virginia

Local Pumpkin Beer Roundup

5 Fabulous Soups That Bowl Us Over

We always love a good soup, but this time of year, as days get shorter and shadows get longer, and when the air has a sweet crispness to it, almost apologizing for the hazy, hot and humid summer, we crave a good soup.

A Beautiful Array of Theater Offerings Await You This Fall Season

In short, whether you’re a longtime theatergoer or are new to the art form, there is much to look forward to in the coming months.

Pink Ladies: Two Cancer Survivors Find the Breast Friendship

With a one-of-a-kind quirky style, an attitude of gratitude and a whole lot of love, Beyond Boobs! supports and empowers young women diagnosed with breast cancer, encouraging them to live life with an exclamation point, rather than a period.
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